An artist’s impression of the new $350m centre ©Google
An artist’s impression of the new $350m centre ©Google

Google invests in another Singapore data centre

1 August 2018

Google has started building its third data centre in Singapore, the company announced today.

It said the US$350m centre was needed to keep up with the increasing demand from businesses in Southeast Asia for Google’s cloud-based services. It estimates over last year more than 70m people in the region have come online for the first time, bringing the region’s online population to more than 330m.

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